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Conair GS10RHR Deluxe Fabric Steamer

by Conair

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  • High-velocity steam jets provide constant steam flow
  • Heats in 1 minute
  • Retractable clothes hanger allows you to hang garments and steam wrinkles
  • Wheels for easy rolling
  • Easy-fill water tank with steam-time markings
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.3 x 17 inches ; 10.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000696OGY
  • Item model number: GS10RHR
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #123,397 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Start using a garment steamer like this one from Conair, and you'll never pick up an iron again. Steaming is faster, easier and more economical than ironing, and it's safer for fabrics. Features high-velocity steam jets; one-minute heat-up; detachable cool-touch handle with easy-grip ribs; removable 5' cool-touch insulated hose; 4 large diameter casters with safety-lock mechanism; telescoping pole; extra-large capacity water tank provides 1-1/2 hours of steam; crease attachment; and auto shutoff. Imported. 65H" fully extended.

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Customer Reviews

The hose is too short.
S. Cloutier
This is a totally useless item and a complete waste of money.
T Towns
This device is not user friendly.
Jo Ann Ealy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By sambista on May 30, 2006
i have a lot of experience with steamers over the years - mine as well as others used in stores. stupid me, then, for not realizing that you get what you pay for. my jiffy steamer finally died after nine years, but it served me well. it is a machine of substance, solid parts, very stable. trust me - you don't want to scrimp when it comes to working with a device designed to produce streams of hot steam! i foolishly tried to save some money by getting the conair gs10rh, and i'm returning it immediately. the well into which the telescoping pole sits is just about 1 inch deep - not deep enough to keep the pole stable. the brackets to hold the telescoped parts extended aren't firm - any heavy jacket will make them slide. the housing itself is amazingly lightweight; i thought that was a good thing, but now i know why the jiffy steamer's housing seems like it weighs a ton - you really do want the unit to be solidly anchored. handling a steamer is a serious matter. don't take on unnecessary risk by getting an inexpensive, poorly designed, lightweight steamer like the conair. spend the extra money for the product that has been the standard bearer for years: jiffy. you won't regret it. and even though mine died after nine years, i have no regrets, and now i'll do the right thing and get another.
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Taketime on December 5, 2005
I bought this last weekend and after reading the positive and negative reviews here I did not know what to expect. After 12 shirts and 3 pair of dress pants I am impressed. The crease attachment really works well. I am so impressed I am thinking about getting the GS-11 model for the 1400 watts and the locking casters. I got a great price on the GS-10 and it does a great job so I have not made up my mind yet on upgrading to the 1400. The reason I gave it 4 stars is you can not lock the casters. This was a slight problem on tile but on carpet it was not a problem.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Ali on June 18, 2006
This model has a lot wrong with it. First of all, there is no switch to turn the steam off while you are using it, and even worse, there's no good place to rest the hose producing the steam while you change out the garments if you actually want to do more than one article of clothing at a time. Furthermore, the steamer itself does not work well, and does not efficiently remove wrinkles from clothing.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Laburd on May 30, 2007
Great for slacks, shirts, sweaters, even curtains. I just need to remember to check the tank. Built a wall board covered in inside-outside carpeting and hang up whatever I am steaming. Works fantastic. One of the best products I've purchased through Amazon. Have it almost a year. Use it almost daily. Use my iron rarely now.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By wayward on January 27, 2006
I've been using this steamer for the past year and a half. I bought it at Bed Bath and Beyond when I started my current job and needed to wear business casual every day. Since then I've thrown out my ironing board because I'll never iron again. This machine does it all so easily and professionally and quickly that it seems ridiculous that I ever bothered with ironing. Sure, it's more expensive, but since I use mine several times a week, I feel confident that it has more than paid for itself in the time and hassle that it has saved me. It's easy to do creases and things just end up looking nicer since you hang them to steam them - no wrinkles! I haven't had any of the problems that the other reviewers mentioned. It's been fine! The steamer has been great without any problems so far (knock on wood). I would highly recommend it!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jeffery A. Cluster on November 27, 2006
I use this product almost everyday and have nothing but praise for such a great product. It builds up steam very fast and removes wrinkles effectively. It could be build a little heavier and the hose could be a little bit longer, but still a great value for the money. It is definately a time saver and beats ironing. I like the unit so well that I bought one for my daughter and son-in-law for Christmas.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By T. Miller on January 10, 2007
I think this is a great product. It heated up immediately for me and got the wrinkles out completely. I don't understand why the previous reviews were bad, but I've had nothing but a great experience with this steamer. It saves me so much time, I don't ever iron anymore. It even steams my daughters formal gowns with ease.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By IRarelyReview on June 4, 2006
This thing is an absolute disaster. If I could give it zero stars, I would. I've tried several times to use this piece of junk, and every single time I get irritated and just wear wrinkled clothes. First of all, it takes longer than an iron to build up steam. Second, it runs out of steam a lot and then you have to wait again for it to build up. Third, if you try to steam any material other than ultra-thin women's dress clothes, you are in for a treat - a 10-20 minute treat of trying to get the wrinkles out. I mean....I can iron 5 shirts in the time it takes to get one shirt sort-of-wrinkle-free. Keep in mind these are men's dress shirts with lots of creases, etc. I'm sure a dress or skirt would be much easier. Oh, lets add the fact that the thing takes up a ton of closet space.

Bottom line: if you have tons of time to waste, money to waste, closet space, and a LOT of patience, you might like this. I for one will be wearing wrinkled clothes or using an iron from now on.
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